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Inside issue 66: Tai chi – instructor Maria Mucha explains how tai chi can be a useful tool for pain self-management, and can be adapted for different accessibility levels; Veterans  healthcare for veterans is discussed, with support from Forces in Mind Trust; Being mindful – Vidyamala Burch presents three fast-acting techniques for pain self-management; Creativity corner – Art psychotherapist Julliet King introduces vision boards as a visualisation strategy. 

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